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to measles. the warning for b.a.r.t. riders this morning. it's 7:00. thursday, february 12th. good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> brand-new day. good morning. i'm dave clark. a lot to talk about. your weather and traffic, steve paulson, it's too hot. >> it will be for some. >> 90 in southern california. >> that's amazing. >> record highs up in tahoe. and we'll be close here today, you two. everything, and i mean really, really cold air is plunging into the great lakes and will make it into the northeast where a blizzard is possible this weekend for much of the northeast. but we'll be sitting here with warm weather. now, these are the records. san rafael, 71. i went 70 today. oakland, 70. that was set in 2006. oakland airport, 69. livermore, 74. mountain view, 73. san jose, 78. the best bet, san rafael,
oakland, oakland airport and i think mountain view are the closest to set records. tahoe, 54 yesterday. a record high in southern california. upper 80 to near 90 for some. 70 would tie a record for oakland. sure looks like it. high pressure wins out on the west coast in a big way. as that builds, that drives cold air into the middle of the country. too much energy for us to get here. i guess enjoy it while you can. temperatures will be way above average. low 40s for some. upper 40s to near 50 in brentwood. higher clouds last couple of days lifting out of the picture. high clouds, hazy. we're starting off cool. it will be warm in the south bay and also on the coast from half moon bay down to monterey. it looks to be warm with upper 70s for some. all right, sal. i guess the best we can do is enjoy it. it will be pretty warm. the only thing you can do is enjoy it and hope for rain. let's take a look at the commute now. i want to start off with the golden gate bridge because traffic on the golden gate
bridge does look good. but if you are getting off the golden gate bridge and driving on the new doyle drive, there is a new crash right near the palace of fine arts. i'm gonna put it on a map here for you. let's go to the maps. i want to show you. the new doyle drive section there -- you can see all of the red. i'm gonna put the icon right here. that's where the accident is. it's on richardson and francisco. most people think of richardson as lombard there. it's right in front of the pam list of fine arts -- palace of fine arts. an overturned vehicle. if you are driving south off the golden gate bridge, getting down to the city, you may strongly want to consider using park presidio if you can do that without going too far out of the way. the other drive will be a mess. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza, that's backed up to the macarthur maze. 20 to 25-minute delay getting into san francisco. it is 7:03. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we just received new information and a photo of the man who was shot and killed by san jose police.
officers received a 911 call yesterday afternoon about a man entering someone's home on sherman street. ktvu fox 2 news reporter janine de la vega is near the house. you just talked to one of the man's loved ones. what did she say? >> reporter: well, yeah, we just spoke with her. she lives in this corner home. she says the man that police shot also used to live in this home. she is upset. she said she begged police not to shoot this man who is engaged to her daughter. now, let's go to a picture of him. she identified him as 23-year- old phillip watkins. he grew up in gilroy. police say at 5:00 yesterday afternoon, they received a 911 call from someone inside the home on the 1300 block of sherman street. who told them that a man carrying a knife had entered the home. the caller also said that the person needing help was locked inside an upstairs bedroom. officers arrived at the scene and found watkins outside of the home armed with a knife.
they say they ordered him to drop his weapon but instead he charged at them. that's when the officers opened fire. watkins was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. here is what we were told by his fiance's mother. >> he called 911. he called them himself. you know, that's -- that was somewhat of his plea of asking for help. >> reporter: why did he call 911 himself? >> i have no idea, honey. the boy was -- he was distressed. he was -- something i had never seen before. i didn't know things would get to this point. >> reporter: watkins used to live in the home. we're told that he had a 2-year- old daughter that he was distressed. it was some sort of call for help. she said she begged officers not to shoot. they are questioning why police didn't shoot him before his waist. a spokesperson said officers are trained to stop the threat.
police collected evidence at the scene and conducted interviews with witnesses. again, they are really trying to piece this all together. the two officers are on administrative leave. we're told they've been with the department between seven to eight years. i've also reached out to police for an update and we are still waiting to hear back. back to you. >> thank you, janine. 7:06. police in milpitas have identified someone they call a person of interest in last week's hit-and-run crash that killed a 14-year-old girl. they are searching for this man. 23-year-old alex alkazar. they say he owned the car involved in the crash with a garbage truck. but police don't know if he was driving. the crash happened last wednesday morning. investigators followed a trail of debris and found his car a half-mile away. the body of a 14-year-old girl was found next to the car. police say she died from injuries suffered in the crash. if you have any information
about alex, call milpitas police. 7:06. president obama is coming back here to the bay area later today for a summit meeting on cybersecurity tomorrow. the president certainly has a full agenda, including stepping up the fight against islamic terrorists. brian flores in our newsroom now u know more about what's -- now. you know more about what's on his plan. >> i do. the first, discussing ways to improve cybersecurity which remains a priority with the hacks of several companies, including anthem. the president also battling isis. he went to congress to ask for more power to continue that fight. it's leaving several lawmakers on both sides of the aisle wondering what the president is really asking for. congress will debate the request to use military force against isis. the last time the president asked for war authorization was
back in 2002. republicans think the request does not go far enough. democrats are concerned it could lead to u.s. combat forces on the ground. >> have actionable intelligence about a gathering of isil leaders. our partners didn't have the capacity to get them. i would be prepared to order our special forces to take action. >> the president's point is that he wants to dismantle and destroy isis. i haven't seen a strategy yet that i think will will accomplish that. >> there is no appetite for any boots on the ground except in limited circumstances. >> the war authorization would allow the use of u.s. troops in rescue operations and whatever the president deems necessary. as far as his visit here in the bay area, air force one scheduled to land at sfo this evening around 5:30. tomorrow morning's summit begins at 8:45 a.m. on friday night he plans to attend a fund-raiser on the russian hill. he will spend a second night in
the bay area before leaving at 10:00 saturday morning heading to palm springs where he will spend the weekend. no word if michelle obama will join the president in palm springs for the weekend. some attendees at the summit will include some of the best minds in cybersecurity from the private and public sector. he will host a round table discussion. this comes as the white house announced an agency coordinating cybersecurity threats. back to you. >> very interesting. thank you. >> yep. in about an hour from right now, some bay area teenagers will turn off and turn in their cell phones and their ipads and this will be a tech-free time for three days. it's all part of the nationwide tech timeout challenge. at 8:00 this morning, students at sacred heart school in san francisco will seal up their tech devices in an envelope at a big school assembly. this is the first bay area school to take part in the challenge.
officials say it's a chance for the kids to see just how much their lives are built around and depend on technology and how they should refocus on real life relationships. a public hearing in san bruno about a controversial plan for local schools, it's been postponed until next week because too many people attended that hearing. parents and teachers packed the school board district office and the temperature inside became really warm. they all wanted to know what the school district plans to do to close a $2 million deficit in the upcoming school year. >> district is having to live within the means. it's having to size itself correctly going forward into 2015/2016. >> some parents, some teachers fear schools will be closed. teachers will get bigger classes and salaries will be cut for the staff and faculty. the teachers say they've not had a pay raise that nine
years-- in nine years. they canceled the meeting last night because so many people inside there made it unsafe. the next meeting is at parkside middle school next week which has more space to handle the crowds. there's new information that the antioch teen accused of kidnapping and raping a pizza delivery woman may have a criminal past. 17-year-old darien miles junior's arraignment was postponed yesterday. miles was arrested sunday hours after the attack on a 22-year- old pizza delivery driver. officials confirm miles was wearing the type of gps afnl ool monitors -- ankle monitors used for parolees. but they are not saying why. prosecutors have decided to charge the teen as an adult because of the serious nature of the crime and prosecutors say the ankle monitor will be useful in the case because it will pinpoint his whereabouts the day of the assault. antioch police are asking for the public's help in
identifying a robber who carried out a robbery at at wendy's. he was after a flat-screen tv on the wall of the restaurant. police say he smashed a window around 4:00 a.m. monday to get inside the wendy's. it's on the corner of a and 18th street. took him a few minutes. but he was able to rip the tv from the wall, possibly damaging it. anyone with information about the theft is asked to call antioch police. and a growing comee is fueling a rise in the theft of -- economy is fueling a rise in the theft of car boards. people are snatching up the cardboards. the price of cardboard is more than $100 a ton. >> really? >> yeah. interesting situation there. >> all right. 7:12. still ahead, measles on the move. there's a warning this morning for b.a.r.t. riders after someone infected
with the measles rode on b.a.r.t. for three days. new details about a motive behind the shooting of a television sports anchor. and we have big trouble in morgan hill. caltrain has struck and killed a person on emado avenue in morgan hill. all trains have come to a stop. this will many major delays. record highs in the sierra nevada the past couple of days and in southern california. today might be our day. in fact, it will be close for a few. we'll show you those. on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set up and removal of your old set. and sleep train's 100-day money back guarantee. keep more presidents in your wallet. this special financing offer ends presidents' day at sleep train. ...guaranteed! ♪ sleep train ♪ ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪
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russian president vladimir putin is involved in the talks along with the ukrainian president and the leaders of france and germany. if the cease-fire holds, it could end a ten-month conflict that's killed more than 5,000 people. most of them civilians. 7:16. right now, the head of the fbi, james comey, is talking publicly now about the really hot issue of race relations in america. we're listening live. we'll listen in for just a moment. >> most of us take for granted. a tragedy of american life, one that most citizens are able to drive around because it doesn't touch them, is the young people in those neighborhoods, too often inherit a legacy of crime and prison. >> again, these are -- this is the fbi director, james comey, talking live. he is speaking at georgetown university. he's talking about the relationship,le controversial relationship, between police and african-americans after the deadly confrontations in
ferguson, missouri and in new york city. now, the new york times reports in his speech, he will say, among other things, that areas where nonwhite people commit a majority of the crimes, the police can become cynical and develop "mental shortcuts that lead them to be more scrutinized by minority groups." this is james comey speaking at georgetown university. more details later on. 7:17. it's being called an air bag for a bullet. police officers in ferguson, missouri, they are the first to try it out. it's a new less lethal technology. take a look. the device is called the alternative. it's made by a company in san diego. an officer attaches that device to a gun. a metal bulb captures the fired bullet and slows it down to one- fifth the speed that reduces the force as it strikes.
now, the release of this new device comes as police all over the count -- the county and country are facing a lot of scrutiny in protests over the killings of unarmed suspects. >> this is something that we just happen to run across, especially the considering the outcry of saving lives. even lives of people you are trying to apprehend. this might be something that was worth looking into. >> now, some former officers say they are not sure if the police can actually deploy that device fast enough in a life-or- death emergency. but so far, it's not been tested in a real-life situation. 7:18. police say a man shot a san diego tv sports anchor ten times in a dispute over the painting of the anchor's house. mike montana surrendered to police tuesday night. police say he fired several shots through the back window of kyle's car tuesday afternoon outside his home. kyle is recovering at the hospital.
his coworkers says the anchor hired montana to paint the outside of his house but was not satisfied with the work. so he paid him for what had been done and then took him off the job. montana has been charged with attempted murder. 7:19. sal was telling us something just happened, breaking news. what happened with caltrain? >> it was a train that hit a person, dave and tori and now caltrain has major delays. we're going to morgan hill and emado avenue. caltrain hit and killed a pedestrian and now the system is shut down in the area. the system is not completely shut down everywhere but there are going to be delays because the trains go all the way down to gilroy and then turn around. so right now, vta is honoring caltrain tickets. give yourself extra time if you use caltrain. there's no word on when they will have it cleared up. but they do have an investigation going on when a train hits a person on the tracks. this happens a lot more than we
would like it to at all. it seems to happen quite a bit. right now, caltrain is giving delays -- unexpected length. they don't know how long it will take them to get out there. let's take a look at san francisco. i want to move the maps to richardson at francisco. people think of richardson as lombard. it's right there in front of the palace of fine arts. there is an injury accident. if you are driving south of the city, if you are going into the marina district, you will see delays. if you are going into the richmond district via tunnel that might be a better call. if you don't have to go through the marina district, don't do it. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for a 25, 30-minute delay getting into san francisco. now the weather -- i'm sorry. i almost forgot san francisco. don't want to forget you. northbound 101, southbound 101 traffic is moderate as you head in and out of the city. now i can say here's steve with the weather. >> thank you, sir. let's get right to it.
we have warm temps on the way. they started yesterday in the south bay. but any will move north today. california record highs. south lake tahoe. southern california, tahoe yesterday, 54 warm degrees. a dry pattern continues. it will be a nice warm weekend. temperatures well above average. 54 in tahoe. that's the 6th record this february and they will probably set four more in a way. camarillo, 83. if you missed it on february 8th, the low temperature in santa barbara was 60 degrees. that's the warmest low ever for them. 60 in february. my goodness. these are the record highs for us here locally. san rafael, 71. oakland, 70. livermore, 74. mountain view, 73 and san jose, 78. i think san rafael oakland and mountain view have the best bets to either tie a record high or set one. high pressure builds. everything is going way up and over the ridge of high pressure says i'm on my way up to
portland, seattle. a few high clouds. hazy skies. windy down in southern california. it's just good old-fashioned high pressure kicking in and giving us pretty warm air aloft. at the surface it's a little cool. 40s and 50s. running 1, 2 degrees warmer than yesterday. la honda is 53. woodside, menlo park, foster city, 46. belmont says 50. statewide it's going to be -- i mean, near 90. l.a. looking for 87. they are 61. san diego, 68 already. three warmer than palm springs. if it's that warm there, it must be colder downstream, upstream, whatever you want to say. a cold pattern will be establishing itself. it looks like maybe a blifrt possible for boston and part of the northeast for the weekend. for us, nice and warm. a few high clouds to the north. chilly lows. they will bounce off to warm
temps. 70s for many here including sonoma, novato, san rafael. santa rosa, petaluma, gary says moderate to heavy fog just formed. there is a little bit of fog out there. 70 in oakland. that would tie a record high. 77 san jose, 73. not a record but that's way above average. low 70s for many. even half moon bay, that's 70. if you want to go to stinson, bodega bay, go. warm. >> really? >> yes. >> t-shirt and sunglasses. sunscreen. >> what are you gonna do? 7:23. it's. this is a story -- this is a story that got meet puzzled. popular workout wear. why one montana congressman thinks yoga pants should be illegal. another sea lion found stranded in the bay. we'll tell you how drivers helped a park ranger rescue
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now we know the name of the person whose body parts were found in that suitcase in san francisco. the medical examiner used dna and confirmed the victim is 58- year-old omar shawan of vallejo. he was a roommate of the suspect, 54-year-old mark andrus, who has now died. cute talked to shawana father who remembered meeting his son's suspected killer. he said -- >> four days later, after andrus was charged and
released, he died in the hospital of a drug-related illness. the victim's father wants more information about why andrus was let go. a sea lion pup is recovering after becoming stranded in the san francisco bay. it's one of a record number of sea lions found off the coast in recent weeks. he's being treated in marin county. marin biologists have named him pervero for his perseverance. he was found near fort funston. the ranger came upon stopped cars an thought there was an accident. instead, he saw the pup. >> he was biting the blankets, biting the tote. didn't know what was going on. once he settled down, he had a successful run. >> biologists hope to get his weight back up in four to five
weeks so they can release him. the center says this year it's treated more than 100 tick california sea lions. they look so cute and relaxed there. thousands of b.a.r.t. riders potentially exposed to the measles. we're talking to commuters to used the lines and stations where an infected passenger was attacked. and celebrities are getting ready to tee off at pebble beach pro am tournament. folks are warming up. the celebrities and the pros are out here warming up and they are gonna tee off not long from now. we'll tell you about some of the big names you will see down here at this tournament. good morning. we're still looking at a commute that is slow in some areas. have a couple problems. highway 24. you can see traffic is slow on the way to the tunnel. well, for us, it looks like a day of possible record highs. it will be way above average on the temps. we'll show you the few records that might be set. one will be oakland. we'll tell you that and also
morning. it's thursday, february 12th. i'm tori campbell. >> people have a lot to say about it. >> yes, they do. a lot of questions. >> we're also talking about your weather and traffic. still a little nippy outside. it's a little cool. there is a 27-mile-an-hour wind coming right above the caldecott out of the northeast which will be -- my offshore flow, tori. >> old girlfriend. >> old girlfriend. back in town. [laughter] >> if that maintains any semblance of that direction and speed, there's no way -- i don't see how downtown oakland can't set a record of 70. south lake tahoe, i tell ya, the smoepack is ugly. yesterday, tahoe set a record of 54. they may set four in a row. there were a lot of records in southern california. locally today will be -- today and tomorrow look like the best records for record highs. not san jose but mountain view will be close. they have to get to 73.
livermore in the 70s. i doubt they hit 74. oakland looks like for sure and san rafael will be very close. high pressure is here. it's going to give us a really warm pattern for the next few days. the higher clouds continue to lift north. there is a slight offshore component. 40s and 50s. but the city is 55 degrees. hayward is at 51. look above and the higher elevations. santa cruz mountains. scotts valley, 64. 1100 feet, though. love los gatos, 62. that will equal warm temps. a few high cloud. not as many as the past few days. the lows are cool. layers today. high clouds, hazy but warm. temperatures 70s for many now and a few of these will be near record-setting territory. all right. sal has an update on a serious situation. yes. we do have an update on a situation that i want to mention. gonna get my maps up to working here, hopefully. we do have a problem in san francisco. there we go. this is showing a problem at the corner of richardson and
francisco, right in front of the palace of fine arts. it's an overturned pickup truck, injury crash. police are on the scene. the problem, it's backing up traffic coming off the golden gate bridge and heading into the marina district. i would say use the park presidio, the tunnel there. it's called the macarthur tunnel into the richmond district if you don't have to go through the marina district. let's take a look at contra costa county. southbound 680 traffic is gonna be slow as you drive through the area. i also want to mention that traffic will be slow on westbound 24. out to the live pictures. 280, san jose, you can see traffic on 280 it's slow. caltrain by the way, still delayed because of a fatality in morgan hill. some of the train service in that area is delayed. i also want to mention the traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up for about a 30, 40-minute delay. back to the desk. >> all right. thank you. well, contra costa health
officials have issued an aleart. they believe tens of thousands of b.a.r.t. riders may have been exposed to the measles. tara moriarty is live with more and you know more about the infected rider. >> reporter: we know the infected rider took off from the la fayette station here and went into the montgomery street station in san francisco. it happened wednesday, thursday, friday last week during the morning and evening commutes. specifically between the hours of 6:00 to 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 to the:00 -- to 9:00 p.m. health officials reveal he was a linked-in employee who eight at an e and o kitchen last week. b.a.r.t. says they have about 115 to 130 people per train card car at the peak of the commute.
commuters don't blame b.a.r.t. but rather the people who choose not to get vaccinated. >> they are not in the public health business. but i think public transportation is going to bump you against other people and you are more likely to get a cold or a flu if you use public transportation. that's just a risk of the -- of the service. >> reporter: health officials say it's highly unlikely that someone who has been vaccinated could become a carrier of measles. it's airborne and can linger up to two hours. you can imagine how many people could have breathed in the virus on the trains last week. live from la fayette, back to you. >> hey, tara, before you go, is everybody sealingly that low key as the gentleman you had in your piece there? >> reporter: yeah, people are really taking it in stride. they seem to think that that is the risk that you take when you ride public transit. but a lot of them have expressed their frustration that people are choosing not to get vaccinated and putting a lot of people at risk.
>> all right. tara moriarty. thank you. 7:36. lieutenant-governor gavin newsom has made it official. he announced that he running for governor in 2018. our reporter sat down with him and talked about why he's starting his campaign so early. >> it's a long run away in terms of resource. >> you mean fund-raising? >> fund-raising as well. super-pac is opening up every day. we live in a world where there's folks out there that we haven't talked about that can write a check tomorrow and self- finance. >> he would like to focus on social mobility, education and environmental issues. his possible competitors include los angeles mayor, eric garcy etty. neel kashkari. if you would like to to listen
to his entire conversation with our reporter, it's at ktvu.com under top videos. police are searching for a man in sacramento who they say killed his girlfriend weeks after he was released from prison. elk grev police say moses valdez is accused offing his girlfriend, investigators say he's a gang member and has an extensive criminal history. he was released from prison last week under the new state realignment program. >> here we go again. another so-called nonviolent offender with a violent criminal history being released to prison rei linement and marketed -- realignment and marketed to the public as a nonviolent offender. >> he pleaded guilty to two counts of manslaughter. and in 2009, he plead no contest to recklessly fleeing a police officer. if you have information about him, call the elk grove police
department. therethere is asman who wanted to want yoga pants. he singled out yoga pants as something he thinks should be illegal. members of the panel, they laughed when the bill came up for a vote last night. they tabled it without having even having a discussion. there is one side note. someone in montana, a person who is convicted of indecent ex -- exposure three times, they could get thrown in jail. >> i live in yoga pants. golf pros and celebrities are set to tee on the monterey peninsula. alex savidge does not have an invitation to play golf but he has a press pass and has more on how the stars who will be showing off their golf skills and some of them are quite
good. good morning, alex. >> reporter: we're watching some of them warm up this morning. some of those celebrities. they have some golf skills. they are not messing around. there is a lot of pressure to perform today. this is a big-time tournament. this is the driving range here at the monterey peninsula country club. this is just one of several courses where they will be playing today for the at&t pebble beach national pro am. as we pan over here, you can see ray romano getting warmed up. we have the warriors' co-owner. as we come over here, we'll -- we can probably show you former 49ers squarterback, alex smith. i have my golf announcer voice i'm using to respect the folks whob are swinging away this -- who are swinging away this morning. not supposed to talk on someone's back thing. i think that's what they say -- back swing. i think that's what they say. it was the celebrity challenge
and this paired -- this saw bill murrey's team team off against clint eastwood's team. it was for charity. that event kicks off the tournament. the big show starts later on this morning. we asked bill murray when we caught up with him about coming up short in the celebrity challenge. >> get them next year. >> i hope so. i don't know what could possibly happen. i don't know anything that could happen. i will try. >> reporter: and the pebble beach pro am features actors, athletes and musicians. you are seeing the folks arriving. they will be teeing off, many of them, beginning at about 8:00 this morning and then they tee off -- continue to tee off throughout the day and then the tournament goes all way through
the weekend. i can attest, a beautiful day for golf. mild conditions out here. nice day to be out on the course. >> absolutely. they've had lousy weather in years past. i'm sure they are enjoying that lovely sunshine. thank you, alex, in your golf voice, announcer voice as well. a photographer in southern california got a two-fer on the beach. >> to my surprise was this couple. they were clasping their hands and looking at each other and i knew i had captured them right at the moment of their proposal. >> he says at first he didn't notice the couple was in the picture. later on, he realized he had met they on the beach later and they asked him to take their picture with the phone. >> the one i took was closeups, smile, one, two, three. and then i wished them well and congratulations and they went on their way. >> the photographer posted the shot on facebook in hopes
finding mystery couple and giving them the rainbow as picture as a valentine's day gift. it's been shared all over the world but so far no world on the couple. hope flip -- hone flip they hopefully they will find the couple. shut down again. up next, pam cook will explain why no one will be working at the port of oakland again this weekend. south bay commute. northbound 101. you can see traffic is going to be slow as you approach the 8 -- 880 interchange. 280 and 85 are also slow. already a lot of sunshine. temperatures in the 40s. a little bit of patchy fog but all signs point towards a record-setting warm day. we'll set it to you.
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the ports shut down again. operators will close the west coast ports for the long weekend. pam cook joins us in the studio with the financial reason for the closure and the huge ripple effect that continues. good morning, pam. >> good morning. the operators will close the ports saturday, sunday and monday to avoid paying higher holiday pay during a work slowdown. this weekend is the long president day weekend -- presidents day weekend. >> this is all tesla. this this is tesla. >> there's giant coils of aluminum used to build cars for tesla.
but if the labor dispute continues and the ports continue to shut down, tesla could shut down as well. >> they would use all of the aluminum that they had for that one part and wouldn't have, you know, enough aluminum to build that part. they couldn't build the car. >> truckers are also paying a high price for the labor dispute at the port. some are peaking charged between $2,000 and $20,000 a day for not being able to return the containers to the shipping companies. contract talks between the terminal operators and the dock workers union are scheduled to resume this afternoon. now, in our next hour of "mornings on 2" ngs we talked about businesses that are trying to stay open, even paying much higher prices to have their materials and products flown in and out of canada. now they are facing another roadblock all dayed to the labor dis-- all tied to the labor dispute. that's coming up in the next hour. there were three winning tickets in the powerball
jackpot. they will split $564 million. this jackpot was the third biggest in powerball history. one winning ticket was sold in princeton, texas about an hour northeast of dallas. another winner was in north carolina. the exact location, that's expected to be come out later this morning. the third winning ticket was sold in puerto rico. the first powerball victory for them. a ticket in san leandro matched five of the numbers to win $1.4 million. it was sold at the pop top market and liquor on east 14th street. that store will get $7,000 just for selling it. two other tickets in california also mafned five of the 60 -- matched five of the six numbers. they were sold in mono county and orange county. let's check in with sal who has been covering serious news in traffic. >> yes. we do have some slow traffic
out there. i want to mention that traffic has been very slow. i want to -- i want to -- i want to show you a picture that a viewer has sent us, a crash on highway 4 westbound. this is up on my maps here. westbound, put it up on my screen. it's a four-car crash westbound highway 4 at bailey that they moved to the side and the driver -- or the passenger just snapped a photo and sent it to us which we appreciate on highway 4. this is on the shoulder. highway 4 is very slow. highway 24 in the the area is also slowing down as you drive from pleasant hill to the caldecott tunnel. if you go to the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is backed up for a 25 to 30-minute delay and there are no major problems. i want to mention that we still have caltrain delays because of a problem in morgan hill where a train hit a pedestrian, killed that person. train was on the tracks there in morgan -- i'm sorry, person was on the tracks there in morgan hill. caltrain service in the area has been shut down and there
are delays on the system. you should check with caltrain before you take that train. 7:49. let's go to steve in the weather center. >> we are looking at a little cool out there. not too bad. i just stepped outside. it's a little chilly. it will warm up quickly. we have a little bit of patchy fog around. california record highs. they've been in southern california, they've been moving north up the spine of the sierra. and they will start to settle in over us today. the dry pattern continues. just really don't see anything. it looks like a night weekend. slight cooling as a weak system brushes the northern part of the state. south lake tahoe, 55. that was a record high. that's their 6th record this february. it's possible they may set four more in a row. today into the weekend. long beach, 87 degrees. a record high camarillo, 83. 89 for long beach today. los angeles will be 87. near 90 for many. these are the records for us locally today. san rafael, 71. oakland, 70. livermore, 74. mountain view, 73.
san jose, 78. best opportunity i think would be mountain view, oakland and san rafael. don't think it will get to 78 in san jose. although east san jose would be about 75, 76. there is a northeast breeze coming off the oakland hills. also el cerrito, george mccray is at 56 balmy degrees. in that northeast breeze -- if that northeast breeze continues, it looks like they will be very warm and in record- setting territory. high pressure taking everything way to the north even the higher clouds. 40s on the temps. there is a couple of that are pretty cool. santa rosa, who. but 54 in the city. 47 san jose, 42 fairfield. 41 napa. and 41 at petaluma. angwin, 1700 feet is 56 degrees already. 40s low. sebastopol. there is a little bit of fog. that won't last long. that will burn off. in the mountains, 20s. they are in the 50s. look at -- i mean, san diego is
already 68 degrees. 68. monterey at 55. the cold air, you can see this signature right there plunging deep to the south and then it will go right into the weekend. a lee is coming out of the great lakes. this is going to norm a nor'easter. this would be the european that slams boston with a blizzard. stay tuned. there could be another heavy- duty round of snow coming into the northeast. us, high pressure, winsous. warmer thursday and not only today but probably saturday. overall, everything is pointing towards sunshine and warm temps. a tiny bit of fog. high clouds. the lows are cool for most. high clouds, hazy skies now. but with the slight breeze, temperatures are heading up, moving out. they are going fast. 70s for many. st. helena, sonoma is in there. upper 60s, 70s.
berkeley, 70. 76 gilroy. santa cruz, 77. san jose, 73. saratoga is in there. woodside, redwood city, 72. half moon bay, 70. stinson looks good near 70. bodega bay looks good had tote coast. warm -- head to the coast. warm temps. 7:53. going nuts over nuts? coming up in the next hour, the punishment in south korea for an airline heiress who threw a tran tum in mid-flight over the way a -- tantrum in mid-flight over the way a flight attendant was serving her. and a hong-time correspondent killed. we're learning about the accident that took his life.
the 3-year-old journalist died at a hospital. simon was a contributor to "60 minutes" and did a segment on the movie "selma" last week. he was an overseas correspondent in the '60s. police in palo alto have a surveillance photo that they hope will track down a man that they say groped another man inside a bathroom at a macy's story. it happened yesterday. here's the photo. police say the suspect groped a man while using a urinal. the suspect described as latino in his 30s. was last seen in a red sweatshirt and brown carpenter pants. police are looking into whether the same man is responsible for an incident on monday inside the ladies' path room at the coverly community center. they say a man with a similar description is suspected of peeping over the top of a bathroom stall and taking photos of a woman with his cell
phone. that man ran away when she began to yell. a bold robbery caught on camera. ahead in the next hour, the way this man made hayes way through an anti-- his way through an antioch restaurant and stole a flat-screen tv right off the wall. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where family and friends are mourning the death of a man that police shot. you will hear why police say they were forced to shoot and what the man's loved ones are saying. looking at that contra costa commute. highway 4 is still slow after earlier problems. coming up over the hill, we're seeing some improvement in this commute. we'll see improvement in our cool lows. they will warm up to the upper 60s, 70s and record highs today. yep. it will be warm.
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thank you for joining us here on "mornings on 2." thursday, february 12th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. quick look at weather and traffic. we're in for record warm temperatures. >> it will be close. there will be about four or five locations. oakland one, san rafael, mountain view. some others are very warm. upper 70s near 80. san rafael, 71. that's the record high. oakland, 70. that looks like a slam dunk. san jose, 78. not downtown san jose, but east san jose it's possible. aptos are the records beat. today and tomorrow look like the best opportunity. there will be a few high clouds. but most of those are lifting far enough that they are to the north and to the south, it will be very warm. in fact, temperatures will be off the lows which will kind of cool. low 40s. there are chilly readings. san francisco, 54. el cerrito is 56. a pretty good northeast breeze coming off the oakland berkeley
hills. that will equal a warm pattern. upper 40s, 50s for some. blackhawk at 45. high pressure large and in charge as we say. it's been drinking the power shakes. it will kick in in in a big way. high clouds, chilly lows but very warm. the warmest temps look to be along the coast. 60s and spents -- 70s. let's go sal. we have a lot of the slow traffic out there. we'll begin with a look at some of the east bay commutes here and looking at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's pretty slow at the toll plaza. it's slowing at the metering lights which they have on extra slow. it's a pretty thick commute into san francisco. total time about 45 minutes to get into the city especially if you are just in one of the regular cash lanes. interstate 880 is already getting slow as you drive past the coliseum. it's slow from 238 to high street. the other way around,
southbound 880 is slow. we also had some slow traffic in union city because of an earlier stalled truck. this whole area between hayward and fremont is very slow. it's not a very good commute at all. if you are driving in contra costa county, highway 4 is still slow and 680 is slow as you head down into danville and lastly, san francisco coming off the golden gate bridge, getting into the marina an earlier accident in the palace of fine arts has made traffic a mess. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. this morning we're hearing from a bomb whose daughter was beaged -- from a woman whose daughter was beaged to engaged the man shot and killed by police. police say they had no choice but to shoot him because he came at them with a knife. janine de la vega is live near the house with what she's learned about the man and how the shooting unfolded. >> reporter: as you mentioned,
this man was beaged to be married -- gaged gaged to be married. he was the one that called 911. they say it was a cry for help. here is a picture of the man. loved ones identify him as 23- year-old phillip wit 23 14r- 6rb8g9sdz. >> reporter: 12k3w4r- 6r7b8g9sz. >> reporter: 12k3w4r-6b8gsz 23 -- police received a 911 call from someone inside the home in the 1300 block of sherman street. the caller said there was a man carrying a knife who entered the home. the person needing help was inside and officers arrived at the scene and found watkins armed with a knife. they ordered him to drop his weapon but he came at them. that's when the officers opened fire. his feeian say's mother -- feeian -- fiance's mother told
us what happened. >> i look up. i see the police. they were trotting. he was trotting that way. me and my daughter were running behind him. you know, and then i realized that the police pulled out their guns and drew down. now i'm screaming them not to shoot him. he needs their help. >> reporter: watkins was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead an hour later. a spokesperson for the police department said officers are trained to stop the threat and the officers felt threatened. the two officers are on leave. both have been with the department, seven, eight years. one of the questions we have, was this suicide by police? we don't know. detectives are piecing it together and still are investigating. watkins leaves behind a 2-year- old daughter as well as his fiance, we're told he used to attend de anza college and once had dreams of becoming a police officer.
back to you. >> thank you. police in milpitas have identified someone they call a person of interest in last week's hawtd hit-and-run crash that killed a 14-year-old girl. they are searching for this man. they say he owned the car involved with the crash with the garbage truck. they don't know if he was driving. investigators followed a trail of debris and found his car a half-mile away. the body of a 14-year-old girl was found next to the car. police say she died from injuries suffered in the cash. if you have any information about this man, call milpitas police. 8:05. there's new information that the antioch teen accused of kidnapping and raping a pizza delivery woman may have a criminal past. the aa arraignment for -- the arraignment for darien miles junior was postponed yesterday. he was arrested on sunday hours after the attack on a 22-year- old pizza delivery driver. officials confirm miles was wearing the type of gps ankle
monitors used for parolees but they are not saying why he was wearing it. the prosecutors have decided to charge the teenager as an adult because of the serious nature of the alleged crime. the prosecutor says the ankle monitor will be useful in the case because it will pinpoint where he was the day of the assault. antioch police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who carried out a bold robbery at a wendy's restaurant. take a look at this. it was all captured on surveillance video. the man wanted the flat-screen tv, smashed a window, around 4:00 in the morning, monday to get inside the wendy's. it's on the corner of a and 18th street. s. took a few minutes but he was able to rip the tv off. anyone with information is asked to call antioch police.
president obama is due to arrive here in the bay area later today for a summit meeting on cybersecurity. brian flores in our newsroom now to tell us, brian, the president will also have his eye on washington and that big debate about how to handle isis terrorists. >> that's right. he will. the president will be here in the bay area for a cybersecurity summit. internet security remains a priority, especially with the attack of anthem. also keeping an eye on isis. he went to congress to ask for more power to continue that fight. it's leaving several lawmakers on both side wondering what the president is asking for. congress will continue to debate the request for authorization to use military force against islamic state militants. republicans think the request doesn't go far enough. democrats are concerned it could lead to u.s. combat forces on the ground. >> actionable intelligence about a gathering of isil leaders. our partners didn't have the
capacity to get them. i would be prepared to order our special forces to take action. >> the president's point is that he wants to dismantle and destroy isis. i haven't seen a strategy yet that i think will accomplish that. >> the war authorization would allow the use of u.s. troops in rescue operations and when the president deems necessary. the president said he would call on the special forces if needed. as far as his visit here to the bay area, air force one scheduled to land at sfo tonight around 5:30. tomorrow morning's cybersecurity summit begins at 8:45 a.m. at stanford. many internet security experts in both the private and public sector will be there. and then on friday night, the president plans to attend a fund-raiser at a private home on russian hill. tickets for that event run from $13 towrk to $32 -- $13,000 to $32,000. and on saturday morning, he will head to palm springs where
he will spend the weekend. no word if the first lady is joining him for the valentine's day weekend. some attendees include the private and public sector, as we mentioned. back to you. >> brian flores in our newsroom. thank you. >> yep. 8:09. well, this morning facebook announced a policy change that a lot of users asked for. starting today, facebook users can name a facebook estate expecter to -- executor. they will be allowed to manage your account if you die. they can respond to facebook requests and also post funeral information. up now until when facebook was notified that a us a -- that a user died, they were able to look at the person's page but no changeses could be made.
some bay area teens are turning in their cell phones and ipads and promising to stay tech three for the next three days. ten minutes ago, students at sacred heart was set to start stealing up their devices and envelopes at a school assembly. this is the first school to take part in a nationwide tech timeout challenge. organizers say it's a chance for students to under how much of their lives are built around and depend on technology and how they should reno cuss on real -- reno cuss on real life -- refocus on real life relationships. a b.a.r.t. rider has the measles. prompts a warning from health officials in contra costa county you. the specific drab sit line where experts believe other b.a.r.t. riders could have been exsupposed. but first, goodbye, urblgle
sam. the reason -- uncle sam. the reason why a record number of americans are relinquishing their passports. slow traffic on northbound 280 getting up into the valley. you can see it's very slow. we'll tell you more about the other freeways here. well, many areas around the bay and in san francisco already in the mid- to upper 50s. there's a little northeast breeze and that means maybe some record highs today. we'll show you where. our vision for partnering with more farmers, growers manufacturers is that eventually organic and natural will be the norm. for raley's that means a lot more organic and natural options on the shelf. and for our consumers, that means having a lot more affordable and readily available, healthy products to feed their families. sustainability is about making a difference in our community. it's about being happy, healthy and well for many years to come. to learn more, visit raley's family of stores on youtube.
pierce brosnan's malibu mansion, damaged by fire. it took more than a half-hour to put it out. it spread to a bed ream over the garage but most of his 13,000-square foot mansion was spared. he appeared on the tv show "remington steel" years ago. but you know him best as james bond in several movies. don't mess with mom. that's what a suspected car thief found out in dallas. jessica liesman had just picked up her 13-year-old son from school an was going to get her daughter when their car was hit by a stolen dodge challenger. the 13-year-old in the back seat took the brunt of the impact but was not badly hurt. now, she and her boyfriend jumped into action, pinning that driver down until the police arrived. >> i'm screaming at him at everything happened. you hurt my son. you hurt my son with your stupid actions.
>> i think he ran up against the momma bear. >> the family had no idea that something was being traced -- chased by police after an armed carjacking. south korea's infamous net rage case has ended with a jail term for one of that country eight richest women. heather cho, the daughter of korean heir's chairman issued an apology. she was sentenced to one year in prison. she was a passenger in first clays on a korean air jet in december when she threw a tantrum because she was served macadamia nuts in a back and not a tish. she -- in a bag and not a dish. she ordered the plane to return to the gate. this touched a nerve in the country. more americans are
renouncing their citizenship than ever before. that's according to a new treasury department study. more than 3400 americans gave up their passports last year. that's up 14% from 2013 and 15 times more than in 2008. experts blame the spike on complicated u.s. tax the paperwork. up like most country, the u.s. taxes all citizens on income no matter where it's earned or where they live. 8:16. police say a man shot a san diego tv sports anchor ten times in a dispute over painting the sportscaster's house. the painter surrendered to police sunday night. the sports anchor is reported to be in critical but stable condition. his coworker says he hired montana to paint the outside of his house but didn't like the work. he paid him for the work that
had been done and then told him to go away. montana has been charged with attempted murder. 8:16. the golden state warriors are rolling into the all-star break with the best record in the nba. last night, they beat the timberwolves. 94-91 despite blowing a 14- point lead. their record is 4-9. steph curry 25 points. klay thompson had 14. the two are headed to the all- star game. both are starters and the coach will coach the western conference team. good luck to them. >> yeah. 8:17. hey, sal, are you having a good morning? >> i am. i saw that game. warriors looked a littled. >> it's been a long run. >> it has been. they almost got beat.
i degrees. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see a 25, 35-minute delay at the toll plaza if you are paying cash. the metering lights have been on extra slow getting into san francisco. the traffic is slow on 880, friend from 238 to high. it's also slow out of fremont to union city because of earlier issues. i do want to mention getting off the golden gate bridge, an earlier crash at the corner of francisco and richardson, right in front of the palace of fine arts. it's made a mess of things. the traffic is slow off the golden gate bridge. if you are driving into the richmond district and using that tunnel, that might be a better call for you at this point. let's go to steve in the weather center. thank you, sir, and a very good morning. a little cool out there.
not too bad. yesterday morning was colder. everything points to sunshine and warm temperatures. although there is a little bit of fog. sonoma county, petaluma up to santa rosa. a few high clouds. i think really it's going to be a south bay, peninsula warmup more so than the north bay. we'll get there. california records, southern california, the forecast for los angeles county today is sunny and warm. 80s to near 90. to near 90. dry pattern continues for us. a nice weekend on tap. it will be a little cooler but the warmest days will be today and tomorrow. south lake tahoe. 54. that broke the mark at 52. that's their sixth record in february. and they may set four more in a row. thursday, friday, saturday, sunday. long beach, 87 yesterday. it was a record 89 today. camarillo, 83. on february 8th, santa barbara's low was 60 degrees. that's the warmest minimum in february ever for them. these are the records that we need to beat today.
san rafael, 71. i went70. oakland, 70. easy piececy. there is a northeast breeze coming off of the hills. there's some temps already around el sobrante, emeryville that are 58 to 60 already. we'll go 70 in oakland. i think they may go right past that. there's still 0 enough of the breeze. a lot of moisture. it's just not coming here. the higher clouds continue to move north. a few to the north. 40s on the temps. 55 san francisco -- actually, 56 in san francisco. the higher elevations, la hon da in the 50s. los altos hills. woodside. belmont at 51. statewide look how warm it is in southern california. 71 already in san diego which is warmer than palm springs. l.a. is almost 70. they are looking for 87, 88.
today, 49 sacramento. the cold air is plunging aircraft tick air, windchill advisories are out. for the great lakes tonight and into parts of the appalachians. 10 to 40 below will be the windchill. there will be a low forming. all signs point to a blizzard in boston this weekend. not just a snow event. a blizzard. we do have high pressure here. it will kick in in a big way. an offshore breeze. warmer air aloft. that means temperatures will be mild. a little bit of fog. not much. except for a few high clouds to the north, it will be wl warm south bay. if you are heading to santa cruz, take the sunscreen. 70s for many. san rafael is in there. that would be close to a record high. napa, 68. because of the document and a
few high clouds -- because of the document and fog, there you will a -- there will be a few high cloud. >> wow. >> records. >> records. >> all right. >> thank you. 8:2. the richmond/san rafael bridge a step closer to getting a new bike lane and new lanes period. now, toll officials voted yesterday to approve more than 4.5 million to complete the design for restripping the bridge and a bick and pedestrian lane in both directions. the officials say the extra eastbound lane will help reduce traffic jams during the evening commute. the combined cost of the project now budgeted at 74 million. the work still has to get state and federal approval. walkers and bikers using
the new path, you will are to wait longer to cross all of the way to yerba buena island. the contra costa times reports bridge officials say the path will be finished about six months later than planned. the delay caused by a lack of parts. and also slower than expected demolition of the older bridge which needs to be taken down to make room for the path. connected with the yerba buena. the new opening date is now expected december of this year. >> wait a little bit longer. 8:23. west coast ports suspending service for several days. in 22 minute, the impact to the bay area and the reason behind this last-minute shutdown. an inappropriate puzzle given to young students. it's it'sing a lot of question -- it's raising a lot of questions. the connection to the "50 shade of grey" movie.
some san francisco police officers waited on tables last night for a good cause. several officers volunteered as waiters at mccormick in ghirardelli square. they called the program, tip a cop because they donate 100% of their cops to the special olympics. they hold seafrt fund-raising events -- several fund-raising events each clear to support the organization. mayor ed lee and other officials helped celebrate the new $9 million facility yesterday for the boys and girls club. it broke down in 2013 on fulton at franklin street. it offers a gym, swimming pool, music an art studios, a game room, library and separate study calls for different ages. >> on behalf of the city, that this is an appropriate time to
declare this to be don fisher clubhouse day in san francisco. >> the club is one nine in san francisco that serve more than 17,000 kids a year. membership just $10 a year for children and teenagers. >> that's great. >> 8:27. parents in pennsylvania really angry that the students received an r-rated word search. yesterday, an 8th grader brought home the word search saying his teacher handed it out. some of the words are -- well, bondage. leather cuffs and ironic. the puzzle is based omthe new movie and best-selling trilogy ql 50 shades of grey." the school board is investigating. one said it was a mistake and the teacher collected the puzzles back from the students. one was taken by a student who
posted it on social media. 8:28. we will take a break. we'll be right back. our vision for partnering with more farmers, growers manufacturers is that eventually organic and natural will be the norm. for raley's that means a lot more organic and natural options on the shelf. and for our consumers, that means having a lot more affordable and readily
alex will talk more about the tournament coming up and the weather is beautiful, too. thank you for joining us. welcome back to "mornings on 2." thursday, february 12th. i'm dave clark. let's talk about our weather here and around the state. how is it look, steve? >> no rain down there. temperatures upper spents to near 8 on the -- near 80 on the monterey peninsula. san rafael, oakland. 70 oakland. there is a pretty good northeast breeze coming off of oakland, berkeley hills. a lot of cloud cover. occasionally some higher clouds move through. but that is it. they continue to move to the north as high pressure and warmer temperatures build in. there were some cool lows.
for some it's mild. especially around el sobrante, el cerrito, berkeley and oakland. 63 above los gatos in the santa cruz mountains. that's very warm air aloft. that will equal that and high pressure high temperatures. chilly lows give way to warm temperatures. very warm south bay. still nice but not as warm in the south bay. a little bit of fog and high cloud. warmest temps. here's sal with an update on what became a busy morning. >> reporter: it really has been. we to have a lot of slow traffic still all over the place. let's talk about some of the live pictures that we can show you or some of the items we can show you, i should say. this is a look at the san mateo bridge. you can see traffic here is moving along oak. if you are driving over to the peninsula, you will see some slow traffic there as you drive through. bay bridge toll plaza, still about a 25 to 30-minute delay getting into san francisco. i do want to mention that the south bay is going to be slow.
even on the going bridge, clearing up on doyle drive after an earlier problem in the marina district that's been cleared. ta was an overturned pickup truck. look at san jose. 101 is a big mess from near the capitol expressway all the way up to sunnyvale. 280, 101 and 85. the president is going to arrive in the bay area today. we can expect traffic issues. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you. contra costa health officials issued an alert after they confirmed the county's first case of measles. thousands of the b.a.r.t. riders may have been exposed to the measles. tara moriarty is joining us live now. you can tell us more about this infected b.a.r.t. rider. >> reporter: well, we know that the infected person rode on b.a.r.t. three days last week starting at the la fayette station and ending up at the montgomery street station.
we're talking about wednesday, thursday, and friday during the peak commute hours in the morning and evening. health officials say that the unnamed person was a linked-in employee who ate at an e and o kitchen. b.a.r.t. says they carry 25,000 people on average every day with 115 to 130 hour per train car at the peak of the commute. commuters don't blame bart but the people who choose not to get va nateed. >> nate -- vaccinated. >> i'm against it because i have a 3-year-old granddaughter who got vaccinated. i don't believe it leads to autism or any of these other suspected disadvantages. dash. >> i'm not worried. i'm immunizations. i think it's for those who don't. >> reporter: health officials
citing a lack of evidence. four days later, andrus died in a hospital of drug-related illnesses. shawan's father said he wants more information from the district attorney about why andrus was let go. 8:36. the man accused of trying to run over a santa clara police officer in sunnyvale has been arrested. san francisco general hospital called sunnyvale police monday night after a man with a gunshot wound showed up there. he's been identified as 30-year- old danny rodriquez garcia. authorities say he's a car burglary suspect and tried to run over an officer who was pursuing him monday night. the officer was not hurt and opened fire as rodriquez garcia drove away. 8:36. lieutenant-governor gavin newsom made it official announcing he will be running for governor in 2018. our reporter sat down with the former san francisco mayor and asked him why he is starting his campaign so early. >> it's a long run away in
terms of resources. >> by resources, you mean fund- raising? >> fund-raising. united, super packs opening up every day. we also live in a world where there's folks out there that we haven't talked about that can write a check tomorrow. >> gavin newsom says he wants to focus on social mobility, education and the environment. his upon condidn't -- contenders include neel kashkari and cheryl sand berg. for more on the interview go to ktvu.com. look under top videos. celebrities and golf pros are teeing off at the world- famous pebble beach golf course for the national pro am tournament. alex savidge is live there this morning with more on the stars and athletes liting the link --
hits the links. >> reporter: golf fans are out in force. part of the pebble beach tournament happening this morning. they are seeing celebrities tee off. and getting ready to tee off. that's buster posey the we saw matt cain walk by a second ago and say something to buster there a couple of world champions warming up for the at&t national pro am here at pebble beach. it's just getting underway. it started about a half-hour ago. i will tell you what, the celebrities they really do take the scene seriously. it was a crowded driving range. we've seen huey lewis, handy garcia and ray romano was down taking shots at the driving range. there was an unusual hazard. we watched as the deer went running across the driving
range. ray romano had to take a break whilele deer scampered by. >> a bird not good but to knock a deer down before the day starts, that's a bad oman. >> reporter: and matt cain, you can see here he stopped to sign autographs for some fans down here today. we also watched alex smith taking practice swings this morning before he rushed off to tee off. he was one of the first ones to tee off this morning. we also caught up with matt cain and talked with the warriors scocoa -- co-owners.
>> reporter: no more pressure than on the field? >> no. i'm fully warmed up. >> reporter: you get nervous? >> no. i was nervous the first year and no more. >> reporter: this is the putting green. you can see buster posey warming up there. they are working on the the long putts this morning and getting all set. he will tee off in 15 minutes from now. i don't know if you can tell, but it's an absolutely beautiful day here on the monterey peninsula. you want to talk about an ideal day for golf. that's what you have here. it's already starting to warm up. you can see they -- the fans are out here. they are ready to watch some fun golf. and -- i guess you could say the unofficial star of the tournament, bill murray, we've not seen him yet. a lot of fans have been asking if he has been around. he's posed to tee off at 9:00 this morning. we'll wait and see.
>> all right. thank you. >> reporter: no warmups, straight to the -- >> who needs a warmup? a golfer you will not see at pebble beach this weekend, tiger woods. he's stepping away from golf to work on his wing -- swing. he says his current form is unacceptable. he was once the top-ranked golfer in the world. he's fallen to number 62. lowest ranking since he turned professional in 999. he's been battling -- in 999. he's been battling numerous issues. tori says i'm not having it. >> this is -- >> there is a move to ban yoga pants. >> coming up in 17 minutes, a state lawmaker in montana tried to ban people from wearing searn clothe -- certain clothes in public. >> reporter: there are new
developments concerning the shutdown of the port of oakland. still looking at a lot of slow traffic out there. also a warning for drivers tonight that may be impacted by the president's's rifle. >> we're waiting the arrival of very warm temps. they will be here in maybe record-setting territory. more on that coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
it is 8:45. the labor dispute continues up and down the west coast. the port operators in fact have announced they will shut down most port operations for four out of the next five days. pam cook is live where you can see the port behind you. a lovely view but not a lot of activity happening there. >> reporter: no. definitely not. this is having such a huge impact on the economy e it seems both sides and businesses are starting to take drastic actions here at the port. not only in oakland but up and down the whole entire west coast. the news this morning is that the operators say they will close the ports saturday, sunday and monday to avoid paying higher holiday pay for the presidents day weekend. >> but the operators blame the problems at the port on the shutdown. some businesses have tried much
more expensive options but there hey not no way around this if the dock workers go on strike. >> i had a bus her -- customer call me saying they wanted to ship 200 containers to vancouver to get around this. but what could happen, the rail could say they will embargo any west coast -- any containerized freight coming to the west coast. >> reporter: now, the towers of cargo containers starked at the port -- starked at the port include giant coils used for building tesla cars. this do mean the tesla factory could shut town. now contract talks are scheduled to resume this afternoon. so we will, of stay on the story throughout the day. >> thank you, pam. >> that's a big story. >> big story.
let's talk about traffic on the roads right now. sal our commute how is it looking? >> still very slow. it seems people are getting on the road later today. we'll start off with the bay bridge toll plaza. everyone wants to know about that. i think we're starting with 880. that's my bad. 880 first and then the toll plaza. 880 northbound and south. very slow out of these very same people are getting unto the toll plaza. it's slow from 238. it's slow from union city. and southbound is slow from hayward to fremont. toll plazabacked up for 35, 40 minute delay de-- toll plaza backed up for 35, 40-minute delay. the 680 corridor is less than stellar right now. but the crash has been removed from the lane. let's go to steve in the weather center. all right. thank you, sir. we have mostly clear skies.
a few high cloud. nothing compared to the last couple of days. a wee bit of fog. about petaluma into santa rosa. record highs. they've been in southern california. they will continue in southern california today but they are moving north and they will start to move in up here and also up in the sierra nevada. tahoe has had a bunch. a dry pattern for a while. everything as far as cold air and active weather will be east of us. it will be a nice weekend. probably not as much as thursday and friday. south lake tahoe 54. the old mark, 52. they may set a record thursday, friday, saturday, sunday. it's possible. long beach, 87 yesterday. they will be 89 today. l.a. will be near 90. camarillo, 83. there are a bunch of in southern california. these are the records that -- i think some of these are the closest. san rafael at 71. oakland, 70. they will be close. don't think livermore will make it. mountain view in the ballpark. san jose will not downtown. east san jose might. they could get around 77 degrees. oakland there is a northeast
breeze coming off the hills. is it warm for some already. near 70 and some areas near 60 degrees. around emoryville and berkeley. talk about that warm. high pressure is here. a little northeast breeze for some. warm air aloft. all equals warm temperatures. some will be record-setting today and tomorrow. it's cool for some inland. but san francisco, 57 degrees. 49 up in healdsburg. there's some of your warm air aloft. a little bit of fog around petaluma and santa rosa. statewide it's warm already. southern california, san diego at 71 degrees. l.a. 64 but they will be about 87 today. that's the cold plunge. if it's warm here, it must be cold somewhere else. it looks like another strong low is forming. the great lakes windchills will be 10, 20 below for area the to the north. it looks like blizzard conditions for boston and the
northeast. bone-chilling temps. here, get the sunscreen out. high pressure will hang around for a while. some fog. most out to the valley. chilly lows for most. not all. around the bay, they are mild. high cloud, hazy skies. 70s on the temps. upper 60s, 70s. again, probably just staying here for a couple of days. east bay, 70s, near 70. mid-70s to upper 70s, maybe near 80 near santa cruz and monterey. on the coast, it's beautiful. half moon bay, ocean beach, sphin son beach, jenner, bodega bay, whatever you want. it's all good. >> all of the folks down there really need some sunscreen. it will be about 80 degrees today and tomorrow. >> there were three lucky tickets that will share $564
million in that power paul jackpot. the jackpot was the third biggest in powerball history. one winning ticket was sold in princeton, texas. another winner was told in north carolina, the third winning ticket was sold in puerto rico. the first powerball win there. a ticket sold in san leandro, it matched five of six numbers in last night's drawing. it won $1.4 million. it was sold at the pop top market and liquor on east 4th street. that store will get $7,000 for selling the tickets. two other tickets matched five numbers. they were sold in mono and orange county. nine minutes before 9:00. a dance party before work? sounds a little strange. after the break, the benefits behind this trend that is spreading to san francisco.
palo alto police are hoping a surveillance photo will help track down a man who they say groped another man inside a bathroom at a macy's store. it happened at the stanford shopping center yesterday. police say the suspect groped man while he was using a urinal. the suspect is described as latino, in his 30s, he was last seen wearing a red sweater and brown carpenter pants. police are looking into whether the same man is responsible for an incident on mon inside the
women's bathroom at the kovellerly community center in palo alto. they say a man with a similar description suspected of peeking over the top of a bathroom stall and taking pictures of a woman with his cell phone. the man ran off when she started yelling. imagine your alarm clock goes off in the morning and it's time to dance and party. ♪ >> lady up on the table there. >> the idea of a dance party first thing in the morning, it has spread from new york all the way to san francisco now. now, at 7:00 a.m. on wednesday mornings, a variety of companies have been holding these two-hour parties that include deejays, decorations and, of course, some coffee. this party was held yesterday morning at galvanize, a tech startup in the south of market. >> once i do this for a couple of hours, i have so much good energy for the rest of the day.
>> tori campbell is a dancer. she can do this. [laughter] >> organizers say besides it's a great, fun way to start the day, it's a good place to network and meet some new people. >> that will be banned with the yoga pants. a montana state lawmaker bost his battle to ban yoga pants. it would have expanded the indescent exposure in public. members laughed when the dill came up for a vote -- bill came up for a vote and tabled it. side note, in mon tan nona concern convicted of indecent expose -- exposure three times can be sentenced to jail. hey, sal, tell us about the commute and what's happening out there now. >> it's still slow there as we
go to the commute. you can see the traffic is going to be slow on the eastshore freeway. taking about 37 minutes to get down to the macarthur maze. also looking at the bay bridge toll plaza and the traffic there is going to be backed up for about a 30-minute delay. if you are driving in the south bay, the traffic is okay. let's go to steve now. record-setting warm. oakland looks like san rafael, maybe mountain view, it will be near 70 for many. mid-70s. 80 down by the monterey peninsula and santa cruz. not much change. >> yeah. >> all right. think of the people who would like to trade places. >> their three quarters of the country. >> yeah. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be sure to watch ktvu fox 2 news at noon to see the release of more birds that have been cleaned of a mysterious, gooey substance. thank you for joining us. have a great day.
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